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About Our Firm

We attribute our client’s longevity to the manner in which we take the time and effort to understand their business, provide them with a personal service and achieve their required results…

Established in 1995, Stripes Solicitors started out as a niche litigation practice, servicing the needs of both commercial and private clients.

Today, Stripes has grown and developed alongside its clients, remaining true to its litigation heritage, providing high quality, cost-effective, legal advice to companies, SMEs, entrepreneurial clients and private individuals. We are proud of the legal services we provide to local charities, community organisations and clubs often on a pro bono basis.

We invest in quality, experienced and technically astute solicitors and staff. Our lawyers have considerable experience of and are recognised specialists in their specific area of law. They have the ability to tackle matters presented to them to the highest possible standard, and comprehensively answer client questions in a clear and concise manner, guiding them seamlessly through the relevant legal processes.

Our clients are at the centre of everything we do. We attribute our client’s longevity to the manner in which we take the time and effort to understand their business, provide them with a personal service and achieve their required results using an innovative and practical legal approach on a value for money basis.

The foundation and principles of our law firm are built on trust and excellence in deliverance. We are constantly striving for improvements and pay particular attention to any suggestions from clients on ways in which we could enhance our service. We are committed to keeping up to date with the latest tools and technology that can improve our services to you the client.

Contact us to find out how we can help you and your business. Call us now on 0161 832 5000 or complete our quick and easy legal enquiry form.

Latest News

9 May
Construction Law: The Perils of Free Advice By Joseph Chiffers

In Lejonvarn (Appellant/Defendant) vs Burgess (Respondent/Claimant), the Court of Appeal upheld the first instance decision and the principle that an architect providing free advice owes a duty in tort to recipients of their advice and may potentially be liable for pure economic loss; see here for the full judgment and see here for my blog […]

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